in reply to Perlmonk's "best pratices" in the real world
I'd just like to share a little observation here, which i found quite interesting:
up to now, i think i have been up- and downvoted at least 40 times (first time i see that the monks can't make up their minds). i thought that was quite interesting, taking the topic into account.
additionaly, i'd just really like to make it clear that my code isn't THAT bad...maybe not "PM-class", but certainly maintainable (even by someone else than me). but i am of course walways willing to improve...
but my original post wasn't supposed to me that much about me, but the perlmonks-attidude...but hey! i learned something.